Thursday, July 11, 2013

Living Cell Microscopy

Live cell microscopy is now a very common form of research in many fields in life science and other physical sciences. Live cell microscopy is crucial when performing experiments where cell visibility is at the center of measurement to ensure that biological processes are not altered in anyway.
Most cells and tissues are never exposed to sunlight so proper microscopy procedures that minimize light exposure. To ensure minimal light exposure, microscopes should be optimized to collect as much of the light source as possible.

It is crucial to ensure suitable environmental conditions on the microscope stage to maintain living cells. With an efficient optical microscope and detector, the light exposure can be minimized during live cell imaging, thus minimizing phototoxicity.
Perfect for Live Blood Analysis:
5.0 MP Digital Darkfield Siedentopf PLAN Microscope
(40X-1600X) $1,199.99


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